The LC Instrumental Music Club presented a recital at the River Street School, a Bloomfield, Conn., school that serves developmentally disabled young people.
As a Loomis Chaffee student in dance, theater, music, and visual arts, you will have many opportunities to develop the creativity, critical thinking, and collaboration skills necessary for both your academic and personal success. Loomis' wide-ranging curriculum is taught by instructors who are accomplished artists, musicians, and performers in their own right, as well as committed professional educators. The Hubbard Music Center, the Norris Ely Orchard Theater, and the Richmond Art Center feature purpose-built performance and exhibition spaces that will enhance your learning experience, and provide enjoyment for the entire community.
"Harmony," an exhibition featuring collected works from the Albers Foundation, and curated by Loomis Chaffee students, will be presented in the Sue and Eugene Mercy Jr. Gallery from April 25 until May 30. The opening reception is Tues., April 25, at 6:45 p.m.
With eight additional schools and nearly three times as many attendees as last year, the 2017 New England Prep School Dance Festival surpassed Loomis student organizers' expectations for success.
Print artist Nanette Vonnegut spent the week of March 27–31 in the Loomis Chaffee community as a Visiting Artist, working on a series of monotype prints.
Hartt School Chamber Music Competition winners presented an evening recital on April 5 in the Hubbard Performance Hall.
Winfred Rembert, the artist whose moving autobiographical work was exhibited in the Mercy Gallery this spring, was featured in "Stories of Hope," a Fox 61 News video broadcast.
Violinist and music educator Elizabeth Chang P'17, and pianist Alissa Leister presented a recital on March 27 in the Hubbard Performance Hall.
The Off-Broadway run of Man From Nebraska, starring Nana Mensah '01, has been extended through March 26 in the 2econd Stage Theater in NYC.